Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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froURTKKN ALTON fcVENtNd MONDAY., Jt)L¥ i, and in Area During MRS. KELDBUSCH 51 US. VOYUOS MItS. KOSSMAN MKS. OVEHSMITH MHS. IIOWKS MKS. BVKD M«S. LONG MRS. SCAL1SS MHS. HOKMISLL Rodman-Stevenson Hormell-Roive Oversmith-Beiermann Miss Brendn June Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace G. Stevenson, 512 Oak Drive, East Alton, became the bride of Edward Philip Rossman at 7 p.m. Saturday in 'the Wood River First Presbyterian Church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Rossman of Duluth, Minn. After the ceremony, performed by Ihe Rev. Manley L. Mace, lhe couple received in the church social room. Maid of honor in the wedding party, was Miss Ann Southwick of Chicago. Serving as junior Stevenson, sister of the bride; and Miss Sheryl Erwin, the bridegroom's niece from Mobile, :Ala. Mr. Rossman's attendants were Oliver Carpenter Jr., of Minneapolis; the bride's brother, Weldon Stevenson of Carbondale; and Marshall Olsen of Chicago. Mrs. Carl Ohrn of Glenn Ellyn, '111., was soloist. Mrs. Wilson Fulton of Wood River played organ selections. Viennese lace formed a border on lhe detachable train and on the controlled skirt of the bride's silk linen gown. The lace was also used to form a headpiece to secure her fingertip' veil. Her cascade bouquet contained yellow roses, lilies of the valley and phaleo- nopsis, centered with a white orchid. The maids wore street length yellow gowns, and yellow velvet headbands with circular veils. They carried arrangements of yellow glamelias, daisies and watcrfern. The former Miss Stevenson is a graduate of East Alton- Wood River Community High School, and of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. She is a teacher in Elmhurst, 111. Mr. Rossman is an alumnus of the University of Minnesota, and is employed by Rexall as a sales representative. The couple will honeymoon in New York and northern Wisconsin, and will live at 111 Dolores Drive, Bensenville, 111. Married in Sullivan, Ind., at 7:30 p.m. Sunday were Miss Judy Louise Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Rowe of Lovington, 111., and Sidney James Horniell of Bethany, III. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Hormell of Jerseyville. The Rev. Harold W. LcMert officiated at the ceremony in United Presbyterian Church. A reception was given afterward in the church parlor. The bride was allended by Miss Ann Yancy of Sullivan, as maid of honor; and by her bridesmaids, Miss Phillis Va- hala of Villa Park; Miss Joann While of East St. Louis; and Mrs. Michael Morrell of Champaign. The bridegroom's brother, Robert, served as best man. Groomsmen were Chuck Hipler, Decatur; Joe Miller, Champaign; and Bob Ripley. Belleville. Miss Jan Allbright of Champaign sang. The organist was the Rev. Eugene N. Fox, Cloverdale, Ind. The bride i wore a gown of nylon chiffon over taffeta with Vcnise lace daisy trim and a chapel train. Her veil was made of imported tulle, ancl she carried a white orchid with stephanotis on her Bible. The women attendants wore while sheath dresses of silk shantung with jackets. Their flowers were deep purple cascades of delphinium florets cen-- lercd with purple asters. The couple will live in the manse at the United Presbyterian Church in Bethany, where the bridegroom serves as a minister. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois, and received his bachelor of divinity degree from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He is working on his doctor's degree in communications al lhe U. of L, and holds membership in Psi Upsilon fraternity: and Sigma Delta Chi journalistic society. The bride is a senior music major at the University of Illinois. She holds membership in Mu Phi Epsilon. music honorary society; and in lhe stu- denl chapter of Music tors National Conference. The Church of the Holy Ghost in Jerseyville was the selling for Ihe wedding of Miss Ruth Ann Beicrmann of Jerseyville, and Gary E. Oversmith of Battle Creek, Mich., which took place al 5 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. Paul P. Hcinen officiated at lhe service and a reception was held in Knights of Columbus Hall after lhe ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman C. Beiermann of Jerseyville, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Frank Smith of Battle Creek. The bride's sister, Mrs. Tony Hazelwonder of Alton was her maid of honor, and their aunt, Mrs. John Bray of Jerseyville, was bridesmaid. Tony Hazelwonder was best man for Mr. Oversmith, and the bride's uncle, Herbert Heil- xig of Fieldon was groomsman. Music was provided by Mrs. Francis Allen as organist and Edward Bunsc as vocalist. The bride wore a gown of Miramist laffela. The floor length sheath skirt had a full lace-bordered ovcrskirt attached al the waist. Her silk illusion veil was secured by a silk pillbox and she held a crescent bouquet of while gardenias. The attendants were dressed alike in gowns of aqua nylon organza over taffeta. A floor lenglh bell oversklrt lopping the street length frock, was accented at the waist with a flat fabric bow. The Family Long-Berg open headpieces, and carried wicker baskets tilled with white pompons and daisies. V n'VlP^ ^7 Feldbusch-Burks Maholland-Frost Nuptial vows were exchanged at 6 p.m. Saturday in East Alton Pentecostal Church by Miss Shirley Sue Burks and Jack Lee Feldbusch. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Johnie W. Burks, 300 E. Main St., East Alton. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ezra Towwsend of Paci- Grigsby of Pacific, groomsman. The bride's brother, Johnie Ray Burks, was junior groomsman. The Rev. Mr. Urich was vocalist, and was accompanied by Mrs. Urich. The silk organza gown of lhe bride was fashioned with a deep lace flounce at the hem of the skirt which ended in a cathe- Miss Marlene Frost, daughter of Mrs. Thurlow (Jack) Frost of Jerseyville, was married al 7 p.m. Saturday to Jack MahoIIand in the Jerseyville First Methodist Church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hargiss of Jerseyville. The skirt of the bride's slip- lace and pearl in the Onized Club after the ceremony performed by the Rev. Harold Urich. Miss Sandy Crutchley was the bride's maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaid and junior bridesmaid were the Misses Sandra Dively; and Ruth Townsend of Pacific, respectively. Mr. Feldbusch was attended by Donald DeClue of Fenton, Mo., best man; • and Raymond the valley and white carnations. feta gowns with bouffant skirts were worn by the maids. Their crescent bouquets contained white feathered carnations, pink roses and ivy. orange blossom crown tiered veil. She carried a bouquet of orchids and stephanotis, cascading from a Bible. Miss Creeling wore a dress of cherry pink chiffon over taffeta, with matching hat. White roses and carnations were arranged in a colonial Miss Sharon Kay Gregory, daughter of Mr. ancl Mrs. Alvin M. Gregory, and Larry Gene Voyles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Voyles, 802 S. Main St., Leon, Kan., were married al 3 p.m. Sunday in the First Baptist Church, Meadovvbrook. The Rev. Claude Evans, uncle of the bride, officiated. The couple received friends in the Steelworker's Abel Hall following the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Arlee Voyles of Alhambra, Calif. Attending the groom was his brother, Jerry Voyles of Augusta, Kan. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Richard Wakeford, solo- isl, and Miss Liz Halliday, organist. ™ , ... „ „„.,„, of The bride woie a gown of Chant.lly lace and nylon or- t , -* » Miss Sally Ann Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto F. Berg of 2609 Kirsch St., became the bride of Terry Olin Long Saturday at 8:30 p.m., in the Melville Congregational Church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. ancl Mrs. Olin E. Long of Godfrey. A reception in the. church social rooms followed the ceremony read by the Rev. Joseph Fast. Mrs. Gary Minclrup was ma- Scoggins AndDixon ioned the bride's lace trimmed gown which featured a dome skirt with detachable train. Her elbow length veil of silk The wedding of Miss Jo Ann illusion was three tiered and rj| xon and Gary Scoggins took secured by a queen's crown. Her flowers were green rases and ivy in a crescent bouquet. Mrs. Mindrup appeared in yellow, Mrs. Berg in lilac rose, and Mrs. Long in mint. Their slreot lc ngth dresses were also designed with dome skirts, and they wore crownless pill box ]ace al s Saturday In Alt °" Gos l' el Tabernacle with the Rev. C. L. Gi-uver officiating. A reception* was given afterward in the American Legion • home in Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Dixon of 619 Clay St. are parents. alld she earned a cascade o white roses, lilac, and Hues of the valley Mrs. Voyles woie a liac sheath dress ; with a detachable overatart - "f cufc " lar vne ' 1 was secured by a fabric rose rs were and lilac chrysanthemums. The bride is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School. The bridegroom was graduated from Leon High School. He is employed by General Machine Works, Wood River. The couple will reside at 206 Albers Place, Bethallo. Otto F. Long as besl man, and groomsmen were Jerry Phelps and Olio F. Berg Jr. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Walter Collins, Harriett Kruse and Barbara Wedding. Satin over taffeta pelon fash- dajsies to match The couple is residing at 118 Gerson Ave. Mr. Long is employed by Tri-Clty Grocery ill Wood River, and his wife is an employe of Keeney & Stolze, Architects. They are both graduates of Alton High School. Cathorall-Jenkins Hughes. A reception was given in the church social room following the wedding. Miss Pauline Creeling of St. Louis and William Gowan of The bridegroom is employed by Jersey County Motors in Jerseyville, and his bride is a former employe of Baughman Manufacturing Co. On their return from a hon- Hoives-Schwear Edwardsville Trinity Lutlier- an Church was the scene of the wedding Saturday of Miss Don- of Cupples Products Co. His bride is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. The couple will Jive in Pacific. peared as Herbert Griesemer gan. al Ihe or- Springfield, Mo., lhe couple will live at 309A W. Mulberry St., Jerseyville. Byrd-Sneed Scales-Curtis Nuptial vows were exchanged at 8:30 p.m. Saturday by Miss Judith Ann Sneed of East Alton and Phillip M. Byrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Byrd of 'Highland. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Alma N. Sneed, 228 S. Pence Ave., East Alton, and the late Treaver H. Sneed. The Rev. Ramon Baker officiated at the wedding ceremony in Bethany Baptist Church, and a reception followed in the church social room. Mrs. Bernard Dobsou, the bride's cousin, was her matron of honor. Her bridesmaids were the Misses Inez Walker [Mother's Helper and Palsy Smith. The bridegroom was allended by his besl man, Wayne Bryant of Collinsville; and by his groomsmen, Junior Rosier of Highland; and Terry Marklancl, a nephew from Bridgelon, Mo. Clinton Rosier sang, with with Mrs. James Brown playing organ accompaniment. Rows of lace and tulle were used to accent the skirt of the bride's gown which extended into a peau de sole train. Her English illusion veil was attached to a fabric rose headpiece. While daisies and yellow roses were in her bouquet. The maids wore nylon gowns with overskirts, and carried circular bouquets of yellow daisies. Their costumes were in peach and green shades, and their matching hats were hair- braid roses with veils. The former Miss Sneed is a 1962 graduate of East Alton- Wood River Community High School, and attends Southern Illinois University here. Mr. Byrd is an employe of Granite city Steel Co. The couple will live at 554 S. Tenth St., Wood River. Leroy Scales and his bride, the former Miss Lettie Louise Curtis, are honeymooning in Omaha following their marriage Saturday at 4 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Reuben C. Baerwald read the ceremony which was followed by a receptipn in Allon Recreation Center. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Curtis, 2516 Hazel St., and her husband is the son of Mrs. Marcella Scales of 723 Silver St. Attending the bride were Mrs. Ronald Penelton, Mrs. Virgil Alexander. Mrs. Albert Patterson and Miss Janet Dickerson. Robert Scales served as besl man for his brother. Groomsmen were Phillip Saunders of Omaha; Charles Madison and Paul Waktins. Miss Georgia M. Kable played organ music. Miss Curtis appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle over taffeta peau, designed with a full skirt. Her silk illusion veil was attached to a queen's crown of Ssviss braid ancl pearls, and she held a cascade of lilies of the valley and carnations arranged with ivy. The bride's attendants wore street length sheaths of cantaloupe satin faced peau, with double detachable overskirls. Their shoes matched their dresses as did their headpieces of chiffon petals. Short white gloves completed their cos- lumes, ancl they carried cascade arrangements of white Fuji mums and ivy. The bride and groom are graduates of Alton High School by Olin >rp. They will live at 2523 Elizabeth St. The Booths Mr. and Mrs. Homer Booth of 231 Gerson Ave., Godfrey, returned this weekend from California where they visited with their son and daughler-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Booth, and their two daughters. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Beimel Brown, former Graflon residents, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wade, formerly of Jerseyville, who are now living in California, Do you know that (here's a cookie-press that comes with lips for shaping cream puffs and eclairs? E. Howes, bolh of Edwardsville. The Rev. A. J. Weber read lhe ceremony, and lhe couple received friends in the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schwear of Sltt Prickett Si. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Howes of 825 Handle Si. are parents of the bridegroom. Mrs. Charles Patterson, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Charles Wells of Shreveport, La., was bridesmaid. Ronald Enimons and Dclbert Madison, botli of Edwardsville, served as best man and groomsman, respectively. The bride's peau de soie gown was fashhioned with a sheath skirt and cathedral train, and was appliqued with floral motifs and lace ancl seed pearls. A crown secured her four-tier veil, and she carried a lace bridal fan with a white orchid and slephanotis. The women attendants' mint green silk sheath dresses were made with short overskirls. Green hats completed their costumes, and their bouquets contained white carnations and pink rosebuds. The bride and her husband are graduates of Edwardsville High School. She is employed by Florists' Mutual Insurance Co, He attended Manpower Business School in SI. Louis, and is an employe of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. The couple will live in Moro. Bunkers Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Anton B. Dunker celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at their home, 1200 Danforth SI., at 3 p.m., Saturday, following the wedding and reception of their son and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dunker. Over 100 friends and relatives were entertained under a large lent in their back yard. The couple was married June 1938 in St, Mary's Church Belhalto Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Marjorie Kay Jenkins and Daniel David Cathorall Saturday at 8 p.m. The Rev. Leo Copeland performed the ceremony which was followed by a reception in the church social room. . The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo M. Jenkins and Mrs. Hubert Cathorall of 1.101 Stanley Road, Collage Hills, are the bridegroom's parents. Miss Sharon Johnson, maid of honor; and the Misses Vada Kimbro and Landa Jenkins, bridesmaids, attended the bride. The latter bridesmaid is the bride's sisler. Dean Landreth, cousin of Mr. Cathorall, was his besl man. Steve Vernon and Boyce Nich- were groomsmen, Miss Xi Delta Mu Xi Delta Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority attended a patio party al 7 p.m. Salurday al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Griggs sang selections, and Mrs. Harry Hansen was organist. Charles Scoggins of Carrolllon. Cousins of the bride were her attendants. They were Miss Bonnie Kay Wahl,' maid of honor; and Miss Vivian Faye Wahl, bridesmaid. Both appeared In blue and white gowns. Larry Eugene. Ruyle, also a cousin of the bride, served as best man. Mrs. C. L. Gruver supplied nuptial music. A lace apron effect and lace train were featured on the bride's rayon satin gown. The bride attended Alton High School, and is employed by the L ticti IlO L. The bride wore a gown of Greer Luncheonette. Mr, Scog- of Quincy. They are parents j a ck 0. Eubanks, 11909 Bark of two sons, John M. ancl Paul, man Drive, Creve Coeur, Mo. who resides with his parents. Mrs. Eubanks is a former member of the Alton chapter. The A mlerSOllS Saturday the chapter will al... , , „ A lend lhe production of Li 1 Ab- Mr. ancl Mrs. Joseph H. An- ; a( ^ ^ Loujs Mun idpal derscm are visiting this week with friends in lhe Alton area. They are en route to (heir home in Tampa, Fla., following a trip through New Orleans, New Mexico, anad along Ihe West Coast. Mr. Anderson is a retired boilermaker from me Shell Oil Co. Thomas Thomas Deucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesler Deucker of 817 Liberty St., left today to begin an 18-day lour of Switzerland and Germany. Chantilly lace and tulle with a tiered underskirt. She carried a lace fan with an arrangement of white roses and stephanolis. The maids' light blue chiffon dresses were street length. Pink and yellow roses were placed in their cascade bouquets. The former Miss Jenkins is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School, and Kitzmiller Beauty College. She is an em- ploye of Boatmen's National Bank of SI. Louis. The bridegroom was a student last year at State Teachers' College in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and will atlend Southern Illinois University here this fall. He is employed by Colonial Baker. The couple will live at 401 Condit St. Churches METHODIST The quilting circle of Main Street Methodist Church will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the church social rooms. 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